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The cosmic background microwave radiation as evidence
for cosmological creation of electrons with minimum kinetic energy
and for a minimum of cosmic ambipolar massfree energy

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.

Published in April 2002.     61 pages.

Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2B

Monograph AS2-17C

Price:   US $35   ($28 ISFA)

This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2B


The authors examine the microwave cosmic background radiation (CBR) - composed exclusively of LFOT photons - with aetherometric tools developed in the preceding reports, and the results demonstrate that, unlike what is held by the accepted neo-relativist interpretations of the CBR, its true mode lies - not at 7.35 cm and a frequency of 4.08GHz, but at 7.76 cm and a frequency of 3.861GHz. Still more disturbing is the fact that the conventionally accepted temperature distribution of the CBR blackbody is off by more than an order of magnitude with respect to the real and aetherometric temperature scale that is demanded by a Planckian quantization of the spectrum. The CBR temperature mode is found to lie between 0.1863 and 0.1853 degrees Kelvin. This fact alone is sufficient to dismantle any pretensions of (neo-)Relativity to actually and adequately understand the physical significance of the CBR and grasp the physical processes of its production - thus putting into serious doubt the validity of the so-called Big-Bang hypothesis.

But the results of the aetherometric analysis of the CBR blackbody cut still deeper into the Princeton Gnosis and its interpretation of the microwave CBR: a discrete set of LFOT photon bands is found to co-inhabit the near-smooth CBR distribution, and a microfunctional model is proposed for their manifestation as being indicative of the successive phase states of aether energy, as if these bands underlay the very changes in, and characteristics of, the known chemical phases of Matter. In accordance to this aetherometric model, the CBR photon mode is an indicator that most of the aether energy of the universe has a fluid lattice structure. Likewise, the limit discrete band of the CBR blackbody would suggest the existence of a limiting solid-state phase for the Aether lattice, below which all photon production would result simply from the harmonic decay of the kinetic energy of cosmological electrons. Moreover, our aetherometric analysis indicates that the near-smooth CBR distribution appears to be bimodal, with the main peak (the ordinary mode) lying at 16µeV (at 3.861GHz), and the secondary peak at a higher energy of 26.5µeV (at 6.4GHz), corresponding to the critical-state aetherometric microenergy constant c2T/NA.

The critical contribution of Aetherometry in the present report to the functional, physical and mathematical understanding of the CBR spectrum lies, however, still somewhere else, in the fact that the cosmic CBR can be shown to be the manifestation of a higher energy spectrum of ambipolar massfree energy, lying well within the ORgone energy range which previous experimental investigations (AS2-09 to AS2-17B) have painstakingly identified and delimited. Furthermore, since the massbound (electronic) charges that adsorb this ambipolar ORgone energy as their own electrokinetic energy, are themselves created by the physico-energetic process that produces the cosmic microwave CBR, the latter must be grasped functionally as evidence for the asymmetric cosmological creation of light leptonic mass constructs (first atoms of Matter) with discrete minima of transiently associated kinetic energy reflective of the minima of ambipolar ORgone energy permeating the entirety of the cosmos.

An analysis of the main mode of the identified cosmic spectrum of ORgone radiation demonstrates that packet formation in tetrads of the fundamental electron- resonant aether energy element    we have identified (AS2-10), underlies the fluid supperlattice structure of the main mode of the kinetic energy imparted to cosmological electrons. The main mode of kinetic energy responsible for the production of the main CBR photon mode is found to be a perfectly resonant state of this fundamental aether energy element, conforming to the whole number -

4 * 19,206 *

From this simple fact written into the photonic body of the CBR, the authors derive final aetherometric determinations of the fine structure constant    and the Eta-Correa constant   .

Independently from their more speculative features, these findings are stark scientific evidence that there never was an originary hot hadronic epoch to the universe, and that the latter did not begin by any form of an explosion of Space (or, a fortiori, of Matter). The universe is eternal, even if Space is fragmented and finite at any moment of Time - because Time itself is indestructible and eternal. At its most distended Space and most relaxed pace of the Time (Simultaneity) manifold corresponding to the solid phase lattice of the Aether, the substrate of the universe or of the Space-and-Time continuum consists of a nonelectric, nonelectromagnetic and nongravitic radiative form of massfree energy (referred to as free 'latent thermal' or 'antigravitic' aether energy). However, the main body of this energy distribution throughout the cosmos is in a state of secondary superimposition with itself, forming a fluid phase lattice (a liquid Space manifold) where the energetic relations between distinct manifolds or multiplicities are treated as a function of Phase-Space and Phase-Time properties of the Aether. The secondary superimposition process entails - by the folding or collapse of the Phase-Space manifolds - an auto-electrification of the fine structure of massfree energy. It follows that ambipolar massfree electric energy is cosmically generated, in situ, from the free 'latent thermal' or 'antigravitic' aether energy, at the same time that it is injected into the process of secondary superimposition which, in turn, generates leptonic Matter, ie cosmological electrons with their gravitons (that is, with their gravitokinetic energy). In the Phase process of superimposition, the ambipolar massfree electric radiation is subsequently adsorbed to the created massbound charges as their electrokinetic energy. It is the shedding of this electrokinetic energy which produces the near-isotropic and near-smooth CBR distribution of cosmological LFOT photons with quantum frequencies of 1 to 400 GHz.

For a simple Phase Space formed by the superimposition of two Space manifolds, one responsible for the emergence of mass-energy and the other for the emergence of its coordinatized graviton energy (non-Planckian quanta), the total spatial collapse involved in the creation of an electron mass-energy is found to be equal to a factor of:

6*10-4 = -3*102 = (e/x)* (e/h)

and is entirely allocated to just one of the Space manifolds involved. A model for complex Phase superimposition of more than two sets of manifolds which addresses the kinetic energy minima of cosmological electrons is also proposed.

Lastly, a prediction of radio CBR blackbodies issued from cosmological protons and other hadrons in resonance with the identified spectrum of cosmological ORgone energy is presented, together with a model of how it might account for observed anisotropies of the microwave CBR spectrum. There are thus three distinct cosmological spectra: an ambipolar Cosmic Background Orgone Radiation spectrum, the CBOR, and the derived photon spectra - a lepton-based microwave Cosmic Background Radiation blackbody (mCBR) and a predicted hadron-based radio Cosmic Background Radiation blackbody (rCBR). We claim identification of both the CBOR and the rCBR spectra, as well as of their physics.

The conclusions from this aetherometric investigation can be summarized as follows. The microwave CBR spectrum composed exclusively of LFOT photons constitutes proof of:

1. the cosmological creation of electrons, with attendant gravitons, and having discrete minima of kinetic energy, with a main mode at 4 -2

2. the existence of a minimal spectrum (which we identify) of ambipolar electric radiation throughout the cosmos - confirming Reich's notion that there is a minimum of ORgone energy that permeates the entirety of Space.

3. the existence of a physical process that converts free, nonelectric, nonelectromagnetic, nongravitic, 'latent thermal' or 'antigravitic' massfree energy into ORgone energy, or ambipolar electric radiation and, in the process, also converts other elements of the free nonelectric Aether into mass-energy (and thus monopolar electricity) and into gravitational energy.

Armed with these findings, we are bound to conclude that the CBR does not present any direct or indirect evidence that permits its interpretation as a fossil radiation, or its being construed as proof for an originary hadronic era of the universe. On the contrary, the CBR constitutes instead effective evidence for the continued cosmological generation or ongoing production of leptons, and the very eternity of the cosmos.

Contents of the Results section:

  1. The hidden discrete substructure of LFOT bands in, and the true temperature spectrum of, the microwave CBR blackbody
    1. Aetherometric treatment of the molecular Boltzmann constant k
    2. The aetherometric critical state constant
    3. The microwave CBR blackbody spectrum
    4. Identifying discrete photon bands in the cosmic CBR and their physical sense
    5. Aetherometric identification of the cosmic CBR mode, as a biased bimodal distribution
    6. A second and better model of the Boltzmann constant energy unit

  2. The CBR LFOT blackbody as evidence for the existence of a cosmological minimum of ambipolar massfree radiation in the ORgone subspectrum
    1. Situating the problem
    2. Recapitulating the basic facts
    3. Determination of the ambipolar massfree energy (ORgone) spectrum responsible for the production of the mCBR LFOT Blackbody
    4. Cosmological implications
    5. Final aetherometric determination of proportionality constants alpha and eta

  3. The CBR LFOT blackbody as evidence for asymmetric creation of cosmological electrons with a minimum of kinetic energy
    1. The asymmetric process of charge creation:
      1. Fine structure of nonelectric massfree aether radiation
      2. Fine structure of secondarily superimposed nonelectric massfree aether radiation
      3. First spatial collapse, by
      4. Resolution of secondary superimposition: energy differentiation process
      5. Resolution of secondary superimposition: creation of the electric fine structure of mass-energy
      6. Resolution of secondary superimposition: quantization and creation of mass-energy and graviton energy plus stabilization through final spatial collapse by the factor 19,206 = -2 = 4 10-4
    2. Asymmetrically created electrons come with minima of kinetic energy.
      1. Revisiting the phase states of primordial cosmic aether energy
      2. Formation of a superlattice in complex Phase Space and Time
      3. Cosmological resorption of asymmetric charge

  4. Aetherometric prediction of cosmological baryonic radio CBRs, in particular from extra-galactic protons
    1. The presence of baryonic matter in extragalactic Space
    2. Aetherometric prediction of cosmological baryonic radio CBRs and possible explanation for the anisotropy of the microwave CBR